5 Bedroom Semi Detached House for sale in Dimlands Road, Llantwit Major

5 Bedroom Semi Detached House - £750,000

Dimlands Road, Llantwit Major

First listed on: 19th May 2020

Nearest stations: Llantwit Major (0.5 mi)Rhoose Cardiff International Airport (4.8 mi)Bridgend (7.7 mi)Pencoed (7.9 mi)Wildmill (8.6 mi)

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Property Features

  • Dating back to 1300's
  • Steeped in character
  • Five bedrooms
  • Four receptions rooms with idyllic drawing room
  • Off road parking

Property Description

This outstanding, three storey house is set in the heart of the beautiful Medieval town with its own railway station, excellent schools and amenities and within walking distance of the beach. Cardiff is just 10 miles away with its major travel links by road and rail. This half of a historic house of significance has parts which date back to the 1300s, and has a unique mix of Georgian and Medieval sections all restored to the highest of standards retaining an abundance of its original features. The house is built on exposed bedrock forming the private driveway and terraces around the house. There is a stunning central walled courtyard and set above is an extensive mature and well stocked garden with a unique stone bridge linking the garden to the guest suite, giving the guest suite its own external access.

Plymouth House West comprises half of what was once formerly the Manor House to Old Llantwit. It is constructed in a combination of exposed natural stone and white painted render under pitched slate roofs. It is Grade II listed and has been the subject of a complete restoration and upgrade to blend the subtleties of modern living with the immense charm and atmosphere that this unique house has to offer. The majority of the internal doors are solid oak with Suffolk latches. There is a workshop/garage. All three levels have the benefit of an individually zoned and temperature-controlled under-floor central heating system served by a mains gas boiler.

Accommodation

The approach to the property is from the bedrock terrace through a period oak door to;

Entrance Hall

Window to side. Part raked ceiling. Exposed timbers. Bread oven with slate sill. Indian limestone paved flooring.

Cloakroom

Sanitan period low level WC with wall mounted flush-box. Matching wash hand basin with ceramic tiled splashbacks. Matching Indian limestone flooring.

Utility Room

2.39m x 1.93m (7'10 x 6'4 )

Shuttered window to side with oak sill. Feature exposed stone and arrow slit window. L shaped hardwood work surfaces with ceramic tiled splashbacks. Inset Belfast sink with pillar taps. Panelled cupboards under with matching wall units. Space and plumbing for washing machine. Space for tumble dryer.

Drawing Room

5.79m x 5.92m (19' x 19'5 )

Large wooden sash window overlooking front garden with panelled shutters and window seat. Bath stone fireplace with matching hearth and inset wood burning stove. Period ceiling rose and coving. Recess with Medieval mullioned window and seat below with view through into sitting room. Oak boarded flooring. An original door leads to the central medieval stone staircase as well as sitting room. Door through into;

Reading Room

5.84m x 2.95m (19'2 x 9'8 )

Large picture window overlooking front garden with panelled shutters and window seat. Oak boarded flooring. Solid oak staircase with square newels and painted balustrades leading to first floor. Period ceiling rose and coving. Vertical boarded oak door to under stair storage cupboard with underfloor heating controls. Recess with exposed timbers and exposed lintels. Door through into;

Dining Room

4.09m x 2.77m (13'5 x 9'1 )

Pair of part glazed hardwood doors leading to central courtyard. Window with stone sill overlooking central courtyard. Raked ceiling with exposed oak truss and purlings. Indian limestone flagged flooring. Step up to;

Sitting Room

4.90m x 4.70m (16'1 x 15'5 )

Two hardwood double glazed windows to side terrace, one with window seat with flagstone top. Window out to central courtyard. Exposed stonework in corner with feature stained glass leaded window set in original mullion window. Fireplace set in part exposed stonework with timber lintel and raised flagstone hearth with inset wood burner. Adjacent original bread oven with exposed stonework. Blue pamment flagstone flooring. Door leads back into secondary medieval stone staircase leading to first floor with vaulted ceiling and brackets with roped handrail.

Kitchen/Breakfast Room

4.80m x 4.52m (15'9 x 14'10 )

Window to side terrace with window seat set in exposed stone with flagstone sill. High level window with flagstone sill overlooking central courtyard. Stable door leading to courtyard. Bespoke solid wood kitchen with L shaped granite work surfaces. Painted panelled wooden doors set under and matching wall units. Matching spacious tall units. Inset Belfast sink. Integrated fridge with decor panel. Integrated freezer with decor panel. Integrated dishwasher with decor panel. Rangemaster dual fuel oven range with gas hob. Matching central island units with inset stainless steel sink set in a granite top central island. Blue pamment flagstone flooring. Panelled door leads to staircase leading to;

Guest Suite

4.93m x 4.70m (16'2 x 15'5 )

Window at low level. Two roof lights set into raked ceilings with exposed trusses and purlings. Oak boarded flooring. Ledged and braced hardwood external door out to feature stone bridge and upper garden. Feature stand alone slipper bath and door into;

Guest Suite Bathroom

Low level WC and pedestal wash hand basin.

First Floor

Landing

Open to two floors with feature stairs leading to second floor. Oak boarded flooring. Redundant fireplace with exposed lintels. Original arch topped window with deep flared reveals. Inset small window to side with shutters and window seat. The end of this landing converges with the top of the medieval stone stairs and a linked landing with door into;

Bedroom One

5.59m x 3.99m (18'4 x 13'1 )

Window to side with shutters. Picture window with shutters with views across the village and open countryside beyond. Window seats to both windows. Oak boarded flooring. High ceiling with part exposed beams. Oak door into recessed wardrobe.

Bathroom & Dressing Room

With raked ceiling, exposed trusses, purlins and two roof lights. Travertine tiled flooring. Matching travertine tiling to two walls. Stand alone modern roll top bath. Modern style pedestal wash hand basin set against an exposed stone wall. Low level WC. Walk in double shower with chrome and glazed panels. Electric towel radiator. Opening into walk in dressing room. Oak door into boiler room with Worcester mains gas fired combi boiler providing domestic hot water and under floor heating to all floors.

Bedroom Two

4.50m x 3.53m (14'9 x 11'7 )

Currently in use as a study. Picture window with shutters and window seat below with views across the village and open countryside. Part exposed beams. Oak boarded flooring. N.B. Plumbing exists within the ground floor understairs cupboard below bedroom two for the provision of an en suite shower room.

Second Floor

U Shaped Galleried Landing

Raked ceiling. Part exposed truss with original pegs and purling. Two roof lights. Oak boarded flooring.

Bedroom Three

6.05m x 4.14m narrowing to 3.28m (19'10 x 13'7 n

Raked ceilings and original exposed trusses and purlings. The exposed pegged A frame truss rafters are an impressive feature of the room. Roof light. Oak boarded flooring.

Bedroom Four

5.41m x 2.95m (17'9 x 9'8 )

window with deep recess out to side. At low level there is an original medieval window with stone cheeks. Raked ceilings, part exposed trusses and purlings. Oak boarded flooring.

Shower Room

Raked ceiling, part exposed beams and roof light. Mandarin stone flooring. Cupboard at low level housing the underfloor heating controls for second floor. Low level WC with flush box. Wash hand basin set into vanitory unit with Mosaic tiled splashback. Corner shower with three sided glazed panels with jet spray and fixed and flexible heads.

Outside

Garden and Grounds

The house is flanked by areas of common land. The grounds and gardens total approximately 0.81 acres. The front garden is mainly lawned with mature plants and shrubs set behind the front stone boundary wall with a pair of cast iron gates leading into the driveway and parking area for numerous cars. Access to garage/workshop. The rear garden is accessed from the wrought iron spiral staircase in the central courtyard and its elevated aspect provides excellent levels of light. Divided into a vegetables growing area with raised beds, gravelled surrounds and herb garden together with a more formal lawned area with planted borders, decked terrace and a path. Access is also provided by the stone bridge from the guest suite. The central courtyard can be accessed from the kitchen and dining room. This attractive stone walled sunken sun terrace has excellent levels of privacy and is an ideal setting for relaxing and entertaining. There are some raised planted beds and useful recess used as a log store.

Garage/Workshop

5.00m x 2.95m (16'5 x 9'8 )

Stone built single storey garage/workshop. Double Iroko wooden garage doors. Door and window to side. Raked ceiling. Power and light.

Sevices

Mains water gas, electricity and drainage.

Directions

From our offices at 67 High Street, turn right and proceed up the High street and turn left onto the Llantwit Major Road. At the Nash Manor crossroads turn left onto the Llantwit Major Road and at the roundabout take the second exit into Llantwit Major. Go straight across the next roundabout and take the right hand turning for Castle Street. Travel along Castle Street until you enter West Street, The Old Castle will be on your right hand side. At the T Junction turn left onto College Street/Dimlands Road and the property will be on you left hand side.

This outstanding, three storey house is set in the heart of the beautiful Medieval town with its own railway station, excellent schools and amenities and within walking distance of the beach. Cardiff is just 10 miles away with its major travel links by road and rail. This half of a historic house of significance has parts which date back to the 1300s, and has a unique mix of Georgian and Medieval sections all restored to the highest of standards retaining an abundance of its original features. The house is built on exposed bedrock forming the private driveway and terraces around the house. There is a stunning central walled courtyard and set above is an extensive mature and well stocked garden with a unique stone bridge linking the garden to the guest suite, giving the guest suite its own external access.

Plymouth House West comprises half of what was once formerly the Manor House to Old Llantwit. It is constructed in a combination of exposed natural stone and white painted render under pitched slate roofs. It is Grade II listed and has been the subject of a complete restoration and upgrade to blend the subtleties of modern living with the immense charm and atmosphere that this unique house has to offer. The majority of the internal doors are solid oak with Suffolk latches. There is a workshop/garage. All three levels have the benefit of an individually zoned and temperature-controlled under-floor central heating system served by a mains gas boiler.

Accommodation

The approach to the property is from the bedrock terrace through a period oak door to;

Entrance Hall

Window to side. Part raked ceiling. Exposed timbers. Bread oven with slate sill. Indian limestone paved flooring.

Cloakroom

Sanitan period low level WC with wall mounted flush-box. Matching wash hand basin with ceramic tiled splashbacks. Matching Indian limestone flooring.

Utility Room

2.39m x 1.93m (7'10 x 6'4 )

Shuttered window to side with oak sill. Feature exposed stone and arrow slit window. L shaped hardwood work surfaces with ceramic tiled splashbacks. Inset Belfast sink with pillar taps. Panelled cupboards under with matching wall units. Space and plumbing for washing machine. Space for tumble dryer.

Drawing Room

5.79m x 5.92m (19' x 19'5 )

Large wooden sash window overlooking front garden with panelled shutters and window seat. Bath stone fireplace with matching hearth and inset wood burning stove. Period ceiling rose and coving. Recess with Medieval mullioned window and seat below with view through into sitting room. Oak boarded flooring. An original door leads to the central medieval stone staircase as well as sitting room. Door through into;

Reading Room

5.84m x 2.95m (19'2 x 9'8 )

Large picture window overlooking front garden with panelled shutters and window seat. Oak boarded flooring. Solid oak staircase with square newels and painted balustrades leading to first floor. Period ceiling rose and coving. Vertical boarded oak door to under stair storage cupboard with underfloor heating controls. Recess with exposed timbers and exposed lintels. Door through into;

Dining Room

4.09m x 2.77m (13'5 x 9'1 )

Pair of part glazed hardwood doors leading to central courtyard. Window with stone sill overlooking central courtyard. Raked ceiling with exposed oak truss and purlings. Indian limestone flagged flooring. Step up to;

Sitting Room

4.90m x 4.70m (16'1 x 15'5 )

Two hardwood double glazed windows to side terrace, one with window seat with flagstone top. Window out to central courtyard. Exposed stonework in corner with feature stained glass leaded window set in original mullion window. Fireplace set in part exposed stonework with timber lintel and raised flagstone hearth with inset wood burner. Adjacent original bread oven with exposed stonework. Blue pamment flagstone flooring. Door leads back into secondary medieval stone staircase leading to first floor with vaulted ceiling and brackets with roped handrail.

Kitchen/Breakfast Room

4.80m x 4.52m (15'9 x 14'10 )

Window to side terrace with window seat set in exposed stone with flagstone sill. High level window with flagstone sill overlooking central courtyard. Stable door leading to courtyard. Bespoke solid wood kitchen with L shaped granite work surfaces. Painted panelled wooden doors set under and matching wall units. Matching spacious tall units. Inset Belfast sink. Integrated fridge with decor panel. Integrated freezer with decor panel. Integrated dishwasher with decor panel. Rangemaster dual fuel oven range with gas hob. Matching central island units with inset stainless steel sink set in a granite top central island. Blue pamment flagstone flooring. Panelled door leads to staircase leading to;

Guest Suite

4.93m x 4.70m (16'2 x 15'5 )

Window at low level. Two roof lights set into raked ceilings with exposed trusses and purlings. Oak boarded flooring. Ledged and braced hardwood external door out to feature stone bridge and upper garden. Feature stand alone slipper bath and door into;

Guest Suite Bathroom

Low level WC and pedestal wash hand basin.

First Floor

Landing

Open to two floors with feature stairs leading to second floor. Oak boarded flooring. Redundant fireplace with exposed lintels. Original arch topped window with deep flared reveals. Inset small window to side with shutters and window seat. The end of this landing converges with the top of the medieval stone stairs and a linked landing with door into;

Bedroom One

5.59m x 3.99m (18'4 x 13'1 )

Window to side with shutters. Picture window with shutters with views across the village and open countryside beyond. Window seats to both windows. Oak boarded flooring. High ceiling with part exposed beams. Oak door into recessed wardrobe.

Bathroom & Dressing Room

With raked ceiling, exposed trusses, purlins and two roof lights. Travertine tiled flooring. Matching travertine tiling to two walls. Stand alone modern roll top bath. Modern style pedestal wash hand basin set against an exposed stone wall. Low level WC. Walk in double shower with chrome and glazed panels. Electric towel radiator. Opening into walk in dressing room. Oak door into boiler room with Worcester mains gas fired combi boiler providing domestic hot water and under floor heating to all floors.

Bedroom Two

4.50m x 3.53m (14'9 x 11'7 )

Currently in use as a study. Picture window with shutters and window seat below with views across the village and open countryside. Part exposed beams. Oak boarded flooring. N.B. Plumbing exists within the ground floor understairs cupboard below bedroom two for the provision of an en suite shower room.

Second Floor

U Shaped Galleried Landing

Raked ceiling. Part exposed truss with original pegs and purling. Two roof lights. Oak boarded flooring.

Bedroom Three

6.05m x 4.14m narrowing to 3.28m (19'10 x 13'7 n

Raked ceilings and original exposed trusses and purlings. The exposed pegged A frame truss rafters are an impressive feature of the room. Roof light. Oak boarded flooring.

Bedroom Four

5.41m x 2.95m (17'9 x 9'8 )

window with deep recess out to side. At low level there is an original medieval window with stone cheeks. Raked ceilings, part exposed trusses and purlings. Oak boarded flooring.

Shower Room

Raked ceiling, part exposed beams and roof light. Mandarin stone flooring. Cupboard at low level housing the underfloor heating controls for second floor. Low level WC with flush box. Wash hand basin set into vanitory unit with Mosaic tiled splashback. Corner shower with three sided glazed panels with jet spray and fixed and flexible heads.

Outside

Garden and Grounds

The house is flanked by areas of common land. The grounds and gardens total approximately 0.81 acres. The front garden is mainly lawned with mature plants and shrubs set behind the front stone boundary wall with a pair of cast iron gates leading into the driveway and parking area for numerous cars. Access to garage/workshop. The rear garden is accessed from the wrought iron spiral staircase in the central courtyard and its elevated aspect provides excellent levels of light. Divided into a vegetables growing area with raised beds, gravelled surrounds and herb garden together with a more formal lawned area with planted borders, decked terrace and a path. Access is also provided by the stone bridge from the guest suite. The central courtyard can be accessed from the kitchen and dining room. This attractive stone walled sunken sun terrace has excellent levels of privacy and is an ideal setting for relaxing and entertaining. There are some raised planted beds and useful recess used as a log store.

Garage/Workshop

5.00m x 2.95m (16'5 x 9'8 )

Stone built single storey garage/workshop. Double Iroko wooden garage doors. Door and window to side. Raked ceiling. Power and light.

Sevices

Mains water gas, electricity and drainage.

Directions

From our offices at 67 High Street, turn right and proceed up the High street and turn left onto the Llantwit Major Road. At the Nash Manor crossroads turn left onto the Llantwit Major Road and at the roundabout take the second exit into Llantwit Major. Go straight across the next roundabout and take the right hand turning for Castle Street. Travel along Castle Street until you enter West Street, The Old Castle will be on your right hand side. At the T Junction turn left onto College Street/Dimlands Road and the property will be on you left hand side.

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67 High Street

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Vale of Glamorgan

CF71 7AF

Telephone: See phone number 01446 771777

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